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NANO Nanoco Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 17.64 42,140 10:23:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.30 17.98
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh 5.62M 11.09M 0.0343 5.14 57.04M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:02:08 O 12,000 17.3408 GBX

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Posted at 13/6/2024 09:20 by Nanoco Daily Update
Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 17.64p.
Nanoco currently has 323,380,668 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Nanoco is £57,044,350.
Nanoco has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.14.
This morning NANO shares opened at -
Posted at 18/5/2024 06:41 by paul planet earth1
From the LSE BB


Posts: 2,527

Price: 17.80

No Opinion

A question of integrity!

Today 06:36

"Successful businesses build positive relations with all their investors, treating them all fairly, and providing accurate and timely updates on commercial progress.

With Nanoco we have a CEO who lacks both a scientific background, doesn't have relevant qd industry experience, nor is a well respected industry leading figure...This must to an extent put off would be customers....

We also have the Samsung debacle, a poor financial return, way below what the company had been alluding to through it own broadcasts and through using third parties such as Edison, and reflected at the time through leading financial papers.

We then have the integrity issue, firstly all the misleading guidance leading up to the settlement and the shenigans behind closed doors with the likes of both LOAM and RG who dumped their shares while retail investors were being fed inaccurate and untrue information....

We then have the financial outcome way below industry experts analysis...add to that the unwarranted sale of 118 patents without I might add share holder prior approval...

What's infuriating for many is not having a vote on the Samsung deal and knowing what exactly was being given away...

We are now just treading water, the share price is drifting back down to the 12p cash price, and the market has lost all faith in the Board, while Nanoco is not seen anymore as an exciting high tech potentially global leading business but more of a drab, dull, poorly managed firm, drifting along, with a Board completely out of touch and ignorant to the concerns of its multitude of retail investors who the CEO liberally and arrogantly refers in a derogatory manner as 'speculative gamblers'.

Think this sums up BT's performance 5 years into the job....In my view he should have stepped down shortly after the shambolic Samsung settlement deal was signed....IMHO!"
Posted at 13/5/2024 08:06 by paul planet earth1
No doubt extending the buy back period as there will be little to no activity anticipated over the next few months so don't need to keep paying at current share price levels.

I anticipate that the buy back will start back up again as and when the share price declines which seems inevitable until any commercial news is released which I suspect won't be till the Fall.
Posted at 10/5/2024 15:53 by unglove
Frankly deluded for anyone to think the share price is where it is now due to Kooba's posts! I sold all my holding for 24p and it was for a 5 figure sum. Worst share I have bought in over 15 years. Fortunately only a tiny part of my portfolio. I expect share price to drop further. The two Twits back on filter.
Posted at 24/4/2024 17:04 by sikhthetech
I see the same messing has continued.
Majority of the time, buy backs don't work. They benefit the BoD more than PIs.

As said before, far better to pay a special divi and let PIs decide what they want to do with their own money.

sikhthetech24 Jan '24 - 14:59 - 38151 of 39419 Edit
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Buybacks don't always work in increasing the share price

Much better to have the cash and let PIs decide whether they wish to reinvest or use elsewhere.

Buy backs can be stopped at any time. If the company publishes warnings, lack of sales, biggest shareholders selling etc, at any time then any potential gains from the buyback are wiped out and the share price could be lower than today.

Buy backs here will be the worst outcome.

Ask the blnx gang Barky/Gino/PPE etc etc. Trmr(ex blnx) have had buy backs for years. The share price still crashed from 850p to 150p, as I predicted, after repeated profit warnings. Same for Rthm. Losing 80% on trmr AND rthm AND Nano.
Posted at 11/4/2024 16:27 by twatcher
"The Capital Reduction will facilitate the previously announced return of capital to Shareholders of between GBP33 million and GBP40 million (or approximately 10 pence to 12 pence per share) using the second tranche of the proceeds of the Samsung litigation ($75 million) which is expected to be received during February 2024. No decision has yet been taken as to the method of any such return of capital."

As someone else asked earlier, how is giving the company a share worth 21-22p in return for 24p, returning 10-12p per share back to shareholders ?, and then it is only some shares, not all.

Not only is a participate getting only 2-3p per share for part of their holding, they are also surrending that part of their holding.

So when all the dust is settled, if the share price drops as a result of the corporate action, then everyone, including those that participated will be worse off overall, and if by some magic the share price increases, those that participated will be worse off compare to those that did not (because they have less shares)

Scratches head.
Posted at 20/3/2024 08:06 by paul planet earth1

"So far, against those who think it's going to fall to a lower valuation afterwards,
the price has been buoyed up by the tender offer"

It's because the planned share buyback hasn't been completed and cash returned to share holders accounts!

Take £33m off the table and with no material commercial contracts in the pipeline where is the support for valuing future organic growth and hence prop up the post buy back share price coming from?

I know Cavendish paid for services to market Nanoco to a wider share base to bring in new investors to prop up the share price hence their share price forecast of 60p with no fundamentals to back it up, plucked out of thin air, and looks attractive compared to current 21p, signalling buy here you will treble your money soon!
Posted at 20/3/2024 07:54 by paul planet earth1
Does anyone know how Cavendish came up with a target share price of 60p and on what basis which is nearly 3 times current share price?

Obviously they must be aware of the imminent share buyback and how the share price will fall with their share price forecast multiple becoming closer to 4 times expected share price post buy back.
Posted at 19/3/2024 18:45 by kooba
They have “got involved” because they are a paid financial advisor and broker to the company announced 22 Dec 2023 and are expected to produce some coverage..part of the package.
22 December 2023
("Nanoco", the "Group", or the "Company")

Appointment of Financial Adviser and Joint Broker

Nanoco Group plc (LSE: NANO), is pleased to announce the appointment of Cavendish Capital Markets Limited as the Company's Financial Adviser and joint Corporate Broker.

This communication is NON-INDEPENDENT RESEARCH AND A MARKETING COMMUNICATION under the FCA's Conduct of Business Sourcebook (COBS) and is issued in the UK by Cavendish, the trading name for the business operated by Cavendish Capital Markets Limited and Cavendish Securities plc, both of which are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)| and are members of the London Stock Exchange.

In terms of the share price I imagine there is some short term arbitrage buying that will tender 100% to try and lose half the holding at 24p then hope to sell the balance close to 20p..I think they will need to be lucky to make that much of a turn.
Posted at 13/3/2024 07:55 by terrorwit
You are ranting

You were told the Samsung case was the cherry on the cake. No-one ever told you to invest solely in its outcome. The organic business has always been the focus of the company. This was 100% clearly stated.

The tender offer of 4p above the current share price is available only to holders, that's the cherry. If it was given in a dividend it would just come straight off the share price and get absorbed into the market to no-one's benefit.

The only problem with this share is that a bunch of morons got hold of the narrative and convinced themselves Nanoco would win $billions in court. This always looked ridiculous to anyone with the slightest knowledge of legal disputes.

Now you're paying the inevitable price of your own greed, hubris and gullibility. The BoD have turned the business around and have never mislead you. You mislead yourselves.
Posted at 12/3/2024 15:08 by terrorwit
Thinking aloud.

It isn't long since the CFO, Liam Grey, bought more shares with his own money

According to both Edison and Turner Pope the share price doesn't include fair value for the company's future prospects, which the BoD say are good.

So why has the share price been so low following the Samsung settlement in January 2023? I think because institutional buyers haven't wanted to invest only to be given their money back in the distribution.

If this is correct then once the distribution is over there may be an appetite for shares before news sales contracts are announced in the next 1-2 years.

If so it would be a mistake to worry too much about what the share price may fall too after the tender offer. It's even conceivable there may be a rush and that idea might go some way to explaining Liam Grey's timing especially given that, as an insider, he would have been prevented from buying immediately ahead of yesterday's announcements.

Think about it.
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